Yikes! Khloe Kardashian Shows Up To an Empty Good American Pop Up Store In NYC

Bumping along: Khloe showed off her baby bump in a low-cut ribbed top and high-waisted jeans as she left the store
Well, that's embarrassing! 'Pregnant' Khloe Kardashian arrived to the store, which seemed less crowded than the opening of her sister Kylie Jenner's pop-up shop earlier this year
Khloe Kardashian must have felt really devastated  meeting an empty pop up store in New York. The supposed pregnant designer wore a skinny distressed jeans ,grey tank top and a nude coat as she made her way through the quiet barriers.

Compared to her little sis,Kylie Jenner’s lip kit pop up store in February,it was a total flop. But her representative insist that the barriers were placed by NYPD and had nothing to do with her. They said;
‘Good American’s pop-up at VFILES has had over 2300 visitors today, the opening day. The barriers on the street are New York City Police Department barriers and have nothing to do with Good American or VFILES.’  ‘The barriers are… not there for Good American and we have no further comment at this time.’ More photos below;
Oh boy! The Keeping Up With The Kardashians favorite covered her figure in a camel wool coat as she left the store amid claims she is expecting a son 
Ready for your close-up? The star has been hard at work promoting her Good American line, just weeks after news of her first pregnancy came to lightEmpty: Khloe's fans failed to turn up in the expected numbers at her Good American pop up store on Friday in New York, though a representative from the company said the barriers had 'nothing to do' with the reality star's event, and were actually placed by NYPD
Fur get about it! The star was the center of attention in her fluffy coat 
Contrast: Her little sister Kylie Jenner's pop up stores, one seen here in February on the same New York street, have often been mobbed, with security guards struggling to keep the crowds in line as they await their chance to clear the shelves
Compared to Kylie’s Lip it opening (photo above) in February.

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